Creating wildcards certificates without DNS plugin


#1

My domain is: teacontenidos.online

I have a cloud hosting service that run a CentOS 7 with Apache webserver. But this hosting provider is a local one, so don’t have a DNS plugin available for certbot. And they don’t have letsencrypt configured to issue certificates. As I will run a multisite subdomain WordPress installation, I want to issue a wildcard certificate.

I can modify TXT records in my DNS, but I can’t find a way to make it automatically. Is there any way to issue this certificate?

PS: I have a linode account, but this domain is hosted in another provider.
PS2: I have shell access to the server and I can update and install packages

Thanks!


#2

Hi,

If your DNS provider provides API access to manage your DNS, you may be able to renew the certificate automatically if you have the correct authenticator & cleanup script. (with certbot or other scripts)

Thank you


#3

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